Focus EduVation

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Focus EduVation, Inc. is part of the US $20 Billion online education market. Over the past several years, and after having built over 250,000 hours of online content, Focus EduVation continues to harness emerging designing tools along with a team of superior content creators to enable a new era of teaching and learning. The portfolio of services includes, but not limited to design and development of online courses, game and decision-based simulations, interactive case studies, scenario-based learning modules, concept clips and training videos.

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Mexican students will be educated in the next academic year through a home-learning program broadcast by major networks such as TV Azteca until a drop in coronavirus infections allows for schools to be reopened, the government said on Monday.The decision to keep the nation’s schools closed after the Aug. 24 start of the academic year reflects stubbornly high infection rates and deaths in Latin America’s second-largest economy....

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The American Student Assistance (ASA) and the Association for Middle-Level Education (AMLE) have announced the release of Career Exploration in the Middle Grades: A Playbook for Educators. The digital playbook and its associated online resource center, the first of its type for middle schools, offer evidence-based best practices for effectively conducting career exploration with students aged 10-15. In addition, the playbook provides a beginning point for various career exploration programs, com...

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Jamf | May 21, 2020

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